Take a behind the scenes look at the workings of the most famous house in the United States at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library.
"The Working White House: Two Centuries of Traditions and Memories tells the stories of the men and women who work in The White House through historical images, documents, oral histories, and objects.
Presidential administrations come and go, but these are the people who have served presidents and their families from William Taft to George W. Bush.
In work that requires a high level of dedication, these men and women balance the social, political, and diplomatic importance of a national symbol with the careful requirements of a family home.
The Working White House gives glimpses into the daily work and enduring relationships that many White House staff have developed with several first families.
The exhibit will be on display at the Jimmy Carter Library & Museum
through February 27th, 2011.